drought that has been taking place this summer. unfortunately it's just going from an exception appear still to an extreme drought. farther toward the south, across much of louisiana, you have been continuing to feel the effects of this, upwards of 510 millimeters of rain actually fell in new orleans. was it mainly the main risk of the floods. some of the levees were breached, levees and around some of these areas in southeastern louisiana were about three meters high. you do the math, it does show you do have that risk of that severe flooding. going through the next 72 hours, rain showers moving off, arkansas, missouri, over towards illinois and indiana will experience some thunderstorm activity as well. as far as temperatures, though, denver with a high of 32, oklahoma city over there at 34 for your high, actually for much of the continental u.s. throughout the labor day weekends temperatures remaining into about the mid 30 except toward the northwest.